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Each week, you’ll get a digest of New Yorker fiction, poetry, literary criticism, and articles on the latest from the book world.

In the meantime, don’t miss these outstanding short stories from our archive:

 

Fiction | April 23, 2012

“Miss Lora”

“You could fall in love with a girl over an expression, a gesture. That’s what happened with your girlfriend Paloma—she stooped to pick up her purse, and your heart flew out of you.”

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Fiction | September 15, 2003

“The Surrogate”

The signs of a student’s attraction to her professor begin to appear in other places than her dreams.

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Fiction | October 15, 2012

“The Semplica-Girl Diaries”

In the near-future, a man’s diary chronicles the pains of acquiring wealth, happiness, and some very unusual garden ornaments.

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Or these editor’s picks from our Web site:

 

Fiction Podcast | September 1, 2016

Annie Proulx Reads J. F. Powers

The writer reads “A Losing Game” and discusses it with The New Yorker’s fiction editor.

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Page-Turner | November 17, 2015

Vanishing Point

How reading fiction helps us recognize the humanity of others.

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Page-Turner | December 9, 2015

A Queer Theorist, Her Husband, and Her Legacy

What Eve Sedgewick’s scholarship and relationship teach us about love.

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Page-Turner | May 31, 2016

“Frog and Toad” Celebrates Same-Sex Love

A series of illustrated children’s books endures as a classic. Was it also the author’s attempt to come out?

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